tv WBZ This Morning CBS August 21, 2016 6:00am-9:01am EDT
good 6:00 until the morning, we are glad you are waking up with us on this sunday, august 21st. i'm kerry along with barry. >> it's a refreshing morning out there. >> it's lovely, isn't it? >> it is. it's mostly clear and the sun is rising in eastern massachusetts. we dubbed some places on the eastern area of that cloud bank and it's eroding away.
>> [ laughter ] we are going to salem. [ laughter ] >> oh, i see the difference. >> this is interesting because we have three schools on the map. well, i want to check these out and see the temperatures are pretty close as you can see at all of these schools at the bently school, it's 73. at the salton school, it's 65 boston. we have 55 in norwood you know it's cool in the eastern section. the cloud cover is breaking up. scattered cloud ins bedford. it's still kind of cloudy west of that. yesterday, we had the scattered showers we talked about in the
area. there is an axis back in here which could produce a couple of showers in western new england today. maybe a renegade or isolated shower in western wooster county. sunniest along the coast like yesterday. a little bit cooler as the southeast breeze picks up. more on the seven days ahead in just a few minutes. >> thank you so mu. morning out of lowell where two children are from the hospital after nearly drowning. the police got the call after 8:30 for an unresponsive child in the pool, but when they arrived, they found two children in the pool. they were rushed to the hospital and flown to boston
a four alarm fire broke out on friday night. the firefighters say the flames were just a few feet from the street and they needed a lot of manpower to fight it. >> it's extremely different to get to because, of course, we have no roads or hydrants where the fire is. right now, we have a four alarm with the fire apparatus here. it's basely a four alarm fire the firefighters have to drag is hoses uphills, downhills over brush and rocks. it's very labor intensive. a glosser tour boat back at dock after taking on water. another boat was in the right place at the right time.
pretty hairy. >> reporter: a tour boat being towed back to shore. late saturday afternoon in rough seas, the tour boat began taking on water with 34 people on board. >> we were using buckets to get the water out of the boat. people were getting scared. they were getting sick, especially when they brought out the life jackets. >> reporter: sea water was rushing in gallons a minute. >> it was crazy. we were taking on water. i used to do some commercial boating in high school, but that's the closest i have come to sinking. >> reporter: the captain of the lisa and jake helped to tow
and asked them if they needed a tow. they were waving their arms and saying please, please, please. >> reporter: one of the youngest passengers summed it up. >> they had a rope. they pulled us back to the harbor. >> and are we safe now? >> yep. >> reporter: and that's what you like to see. nobody hurt. a good steve burton reporting. a 28-year-old walked into the women's bathroom friday morning and pulled down his pants, exposing himself to a woman there. the police say he urinated in the sink and told her this is a man's bathroom now. >> i think that's a little bit
the restroom and urinate in the sink. >> he has been charged and could be arraigned as early as tomorrow. a shooting in dorchester was not appear to be random. mayor walsh is calling on witnesses to speak up. >> reporter: a deadly night in dorchester after two people are shot early sunday morning. >> we both in their 30s. the 36-year-old male passed away. i think the female, thank god, i think she is going to make it. >> reporter: the police do not believe the shooting was random. >> multiple shots were fired up close. hopefully, we can get whoever was responsible for this. >> reporter: neighbors say this
neighborhood? >> not really. what happened last night is crazy. a pair of 15-year-old kids in this. so, you know, it's disappointing. >> reporter: speaking at a my brother's keeper event, the mayor says the city needs witnesses to come forward to help fight these crimes. >> this is dishearteng. brother's keeper event about black and brown boys. >> i feel we could start speaking up. if you see something, say something. it's really important. we can't keep continuing the cycle. it has to stop and stop today. >> reporter: the police are hoping the surveillance cameras will help. in the meantime, people living
for a stronger police presence. in other news, a bad date has apparently prompted a crime. the boy and girl met online, but then they got into a fight so she called two of her male friends who were accused of breaking into a home they mistakenly thought was her date's house, well, it wasn't, so harvey is charged with breaking and a teacher in temple ton is now under-arrest for having an inappropriate relationship with a student. >> reporter: a teacher has been arrested and charged with obscene matter with a minor. >> i wasn't surprised. i wasn't surprised at all.
the girls. not that i knew he would do it, but i wouldn't put it past him. it's just a harder class, but he was a little bit strange. he was creepy. he favored the girls more than anyone else. he would come in and not make the girls do homework. >> reporter: according to officer received information about his actions which led to an investigation which revealed the teacher had a relationship with a former student and found out he was in a relationship with a current student. the police say he had inappropriate contact with students. he was arrested and arraigned on friday.
bail. the district superintendent released this statement. >> reporter: white has a 3-year- old son who will be starting preschool soon. >> reporter: it kind of bothers me. still to come this morning, hillary clinton touches down as donald trump tries to win over a group that hasn't embraced him so far. we will have a look at the campaign trail. and what's next for the former massachusetts governor
democratic candidate hillary clinton was on nantucket. she attended an event that was not open to the media. donald trump spent time reaching out to a demographic that hasn't really embraced him so far. >> welcome to the world of trump. >> reporter: republican presidential candidate donald trump held a round table event with form a new national hispanic advisory council for trump. it's an attempt to win out a demographic he has not won over. polls show hillary clinton leads by 48 points. trump is moving forward after make changes to his campaign staff and offering regrets over
trump spoke to supporters in virginia. >> a trump administration will end the government corruption for once and all. >> reporter: protesters outside including one dressed in a duck costume. >> he is not accountable. >> reporter: democratic candidate hillary clinton arrived in nantucket, maac fund riser. she will continue to hold fundraisers for the next couple of days. meanwhile, libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson held an event
there's something out there. that can be serious, even fatal to infants. it's whooping cough, and people can spread it without knowing it. understand the danger your new grandchild faces. talk to your doctor or pharmacist about a whooping cough vaccination today. narrator: let's put this political promise to the test. ayotte: i've been an independent, strong
voice for new hampshire. narrator: then why does
flames destroyed more than 100 homes in a fire east of los angeles. they were packing to leave when the flames got dangerously close. my husband was at work, i was there alone. it was 10:30, i looked out the window and seen the fire, because i had no way to get out oh. all of her animals survived except a cat wasn't able to make it out. 1200 firefighters are trying to put out the flame. the fire is 6 8% contained. we were talking about the different things going on with the wild fire, flooding, we have a drought. >> all about extremes. >> all extremes.
hopefully we can get some rain. the fire danger ramps up. the foliage season. that's when the fire danger spikes. hopefully we get rain. >> fantastic week. if you are on vacation you are going to love this week and before that happens, rain coming through tonight. this beautiful sunset, beautiful sunset, a lovely day yesterday. no question about it. few scattered showers. isolated in to north we were middlesex county. towers clouds midday and early afternoon. not much rain in august. we haven't had much rain.
driest on record. brown indicating no rain days, hardly any. 1.44 below am so far as of this date. poll listen report, we got the sage brush, ragweed in to the mix. it's that time of the year. we are in the medium high range today and lightly next few days, bumping to the high range for those al affecting you. how about today. the great road race this morning. people down there, what a lovely morn, with sunshine, 74 by the time the race starts at 9:00. south, southeast wind 10- 15, breezy, toning more humid as the morning rogreases. good luck to everybody. instead of the access of showers in parts of eastern
massachusetts like yesterday. you can see the showers in here. curling across long island in to western connecticut, massachusetts, vermont, could be a couple of renegade or isolated showers in eastern connecticut and worster county. when it comes through tomorrow morning it maybe productive. there is a chunk of cool dry air in the great lakes, it's going to punch in here tomorrow. we are going to feel lower humidity, it's going to be quite a bit of wind. temperatures in the 70s to the southwest. humid as well. hi, baker lake, nice morning up
great summer, in the 40s and 50s. the higher humidity, to the west, especially where it's cloudy, western new england. humid to the south of that. high temperatures to the mid and few upper 80s, sea breeze, little bit cooler a at the coast, a lot of sunshine along the coast. maybe toning partly cloudy this afternoon. watch the time stamp. here is exists, here is where the scattered showers are west today. may turn partly cloudy, upper 70s near 80 at the coast. mid-80s inland. you can see the scattered showers. here comes the front. this model is saying, it's not going to amount to much. i hope it's wrong.
it shuts down quickly tomorrow morning. beautiful week shaping up. low humidity for on through wednesday, muggier and hotter the second half of the week. back to you. cheryl and larry celebrating their 49th. good for them. the freedom trail turns in to a scavenger hunt. the game that took over a historic landscape.
there were photo and finance challenges to complete the hunt. so much fun. i like scavenger hunts. all right, 6:28. we are rock out. what's this song called? "paris" or something? i can't remember. anybody? it's "paris"? all right. we are rocking out to paris. i hope you little while. barry has your forecast coming
>> 10 more day ins august. >> who is counting? not me. [ laughter ] back to school. a lot of clouds already. i think some of the school systems are starting to go back. when do your kids go back? >> mine are the day after labor day. we have some time left, thank goodness. >> some systems are like where this morning it's 66. let's go closer to boston, north of the city at the highlands elementary school. good morning everybody, here's what's happening. we have mid 60s to a few upper 60s. it's warm out west. around 70, so this is where it's kind of cloudy.
western portions of the area. yesterday, we had the mainly scattered showers. this morning, the axis, the emphasis goes to an axis somewhere near long island and parts of western new england where a few renegade showers will happen during the day. the rain we are talking about is out to the west. iter doesn't look like it's got its act together, but it should later on today. east ward, it's sunny along the coast, a few clouds. lower 80s along the coast. the high tide this afternoon at 2:11. i will see you coming up with the seven-day forecast. >> thank you, barry. two children were pulled from a backyard swimming pool. we are told the children are preschool age.
there were a happy birthday balloon tied to the mailbox outside of the home. a tour boat had to be towed back after it started taking on water. the king ider sent out a may day. several boats in the area helped to pick up passengers. no one was hurt. a dorchester man arrest. the man reportedly urinated in the sink. he is being charged with open and gross lewdness. a half a kilo of heroin and $7000 in cash was found in a stash house. right now, two of dorchester
a half way house in new hampshire. 37-year-old andrew shay escaped. we told you about him yesterday. he was last seen in manchester. he is 6 feet tall, 255-pounds. he has a triable tatoo on his neck. shay is serving time for two armed robberies. if you have seen him, call 911 or a pregnant woman's diet may lead to behavior yore problems with their child. well, risky business at bedtime, new research shows many parents are not getting the message about how to keep their baby safe when it's time to sleep.
from sudden infant death syndrome. there are ways to avoid this, but a new study finds that many parents are not following the advice. >> reporter: jackie gable shows the advice for put her baby to bed. >> i know it's easier to pick them up, but i felt it at video recordings of infants up to 6 months old and found that many were put on their bellies or side to sleep and many had items in their crib that were not safe. >> the crib is the safest place in the world for them to sleep. what's hurting them is the
>> reporter: parents are bombarded with items for their babies. >> now you are putting them in your bed with pillows and other people. >> you have to make the decision to do what's safest for the baby and, you know, if you have to stay up all night, you have to stay up all night. >> reporter: she said she follows her doctor's advice no matter how 6:37. the red sox have been in the wins recently. after a long rain delay, could they pick up the answer in detroit? we'll have the answer coming
? ? ? four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few. vote no on question 2. ? ? one day a rider made a decision.
his motorcycle insurance to geico. there's no shame in saving money. ride on, ride proud. geico motorcycle, great rates for great rides. hey mom, i could use some basil. oh, sure thing, sweetie. life is eating out of a flower pot. wait where's the? right. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet. as it should. and a takeout romantic. dessert! happy anniversary. life is mucho, and grande. life is eating, laughing, loving
craig kimble ends it. the sox have now won eight of their last nine games. how great is that? the team usa women's basketball team won the gold. it was close until the coach put in from his connecticut team. that is so awesome. and soccer is by far the most popular sport in brazil, but despite a long history of champs, the country had never won the gold. they went to penalty kicks when the star of the team launched a
during the medal ceremony, the entire stadium sang along to the brazil national anthem. there are other winners out there. simone will carry the flag for the usa in the closing ceremony. still to come, we will show you how some are cleaning up in the after ma flooding. we have the extremes with the flooding going on down there and a horrible draught going on here. we are hoping for rain. this is a batch of rain way out west. hopefully, it will give us some tonight as it comes through in the early morning hours. let's go to the trivia for this hour. the number of cricket chirps is
a whooping cough vaccination today. i called for help as soon as i saw her. i found her wandering miles from home. when the phone rang at 5am, i knew it was about mom. i see how hard it's been on her at work and i want to help. for the 5 million americans living with alzheimer's, and millions more who feel its effects. let's walk together to make an even bigger impact and end alzheimer's for good. find your
walk near you at alz.org/walk. narrator: let's put this political promise to the test. ayotte: i've been an independent, strong voice for new hampshire. narrator: then why does kelly ayotte still support donald trump for president? independent minded republicans across america put principle ahead of party and said no to trump. but not kelly ayotte. she says she still supports trump. ayotte: an independent, strong voice... narrator: if she's so independent, why is she still
weekend cleaning up and applying for federal aid. many lived in areas that didn't require flood insurance. >> reporter: volunteers are helping kathi clean out what was not destroyed. what have you lost here? >> virtually everything. everything in my home was destroyed. >> reporter: her house had never >> we are going to be here for as long as we need to be. >> reporter: edmond was one at the meeting learning how to apply for federal aid. fema says the number of people who have applied for aid has jumped to a total the agency
sandy in 2012. many people live in areas where they thought flood insurance was not necessary. even those who help in the rescue were not spared from the devastation. a national guardsman rescued a man from the river last week only to find his home flooded. now, it is his family who needs help, much like kathy edmondson, she says the help near and far is helping her flu. >>-- through. >> they'd people -- these people are all volunteers from katrina. >> reporter: as the water goes down, the debris piles up. fema says it's already described more than $34 million in aid. president obama is set to visit the area on tuesday.
we were talking about the difference earlier. we have a drought going on. they have the flooding. when you are on a vacation, you don't want it to rain. it's mixed emotions. >> i know. a lot of people on vacation this week. a lot of schools already getting back into session already, but a lot of people have headed north and down to the cape. it's going to be a great week for that. some of the rain is coming tonight. the rest fine. let's go to the wbz network. you can see the sky is clear there. in some places it's not clear. yesterday, we talked about varying amounts of clouds and that's what we had yesterday for sure. the sky was changeable inland, but on the coast, it was mostly sunny most of the day. it looks nice at the high school there as over most of eastern massachusetts.
coming in from the atlantic and it's curling up across long island and western new england. the cut off is where the clouds are. they have sort of broken on the eastern fringe of that and mostly cloudy to the west. the rain coming our way and what is going to mean business, all though it's broken clouds right now, but hopefully, it will consolidate and bring band of early morning showers and bring us rain. it's not going to last too long. i am hoping for showers in this hot and humid sector. this is a chunk of cooler air coming from the great lakes. it will be 75 in chicago today. you can see the number of hot weather in the 90s has shrunk over the eastern sea board, but that doesn't mean it's over. we are going to have some of
been saying, they have been monitoring the area. it looks like boston is perhaps going to have a chance of one or two more 90-degree days this upcoming week. logan airport is where the data is taken. 65degrees right now and we have a few spots as we pointed out to you earlier in the 50s. it's very warm to the south and west let's look at the not bad with the dew points in the 50s and 60s comfortable, but very muggy where the higher humidity zone is. where the scattered showers can form. we have the oppressive air to the south. the drier air is going to be punching to the north. 87 for a high temperature away from the ocean today. a little bit cooler to the sea
the afternoon. the road race, good luck to everybody in the race this morning coming up. 74 at the start of the race. not all that breezy with the tide coming in afternoon and a moderate risk of rip currents from the national weather service. we haven't had a lot of waves, the surfers are saying gives? no waves. a few ice lated shower -- isolated showers possible, but more coming later today. notice the model tries to pull it apart and not amount to much, but i think we have a shot of it here. we have days and days of nice days ahead. we have the low humidity as it rushes in here tomorrow with a gusty wind and we are going to
thursday, friday and saturday. here's the trivia for this hour. the number of cricket chirps is an indicator of what? >> we don't hear crickets chirping in the winter. current temperature? >> it's current temperature. if you count the number of cricket chirps and add 39. do you like them? >> i >> in some ways i think it's an indicator of summer, but in some way, they get to me. >> like nails on a chalk board? >> kind of. the old-timers surf club, i will be there at their meeting. >> because you're an old-timer? >> and i like to surf. [ laughter ] the next time you purchase
always a welcomed presence, but some crooks have found a way to empty the cards before they have a way to cash them in. >> it was rejecting the card and he didn't understand why. >> reporter: they were trying to use the card to buy a tv. >> it was a card from my sister. >> reporter: the card had a zero a spriest to -- surprise to the teacher. >> this card most likely was in the store for some period of time. >> reporter: the chief says for years the thieves were copying the numbers off of the cards and wait for the cards to be
zebra stickers. >> we would love for the stores to remove the cards so the customers don't have access. >> reporter: another way is for the thieves to get the numbers. best buy says the card was drained right after it was purchased. you should ask for gift cards kept behind after we contacted best buy, they gave julie a new $200 gift card. >> that's interesting to know. well, an important peace of -- piece of history was
hello! it's our new intern, bart's first week here at td bank, he's a robot from one of those other banks. we're training him to bank human. i am banking assistance & registration technology. wait, wait, wait. but you can call me, banking assistance & registration technology. hi amy. thank you. thank you. that is not protocol manager jenna. that's ok bart, it is here.
like. >> don't worry. >> go. >> go to the f. you know i like to go to the f because of this school right here. >> which one? >> tantaskkwwa regional high school. it looks like it's 65 in franklin, the high school. beautiful summer morning out there. just about all clear, isolated scattered clouds in new england, and then in worcester county, and then bang, the cloud bank right in there, and cloudy west of that. it's starting to thin out in spots n place where it has started cloudy, i'm optimistic that it will turn partly cloudy in time and we'll see breaks of sunshine, west new england best of chance getting showers today. but we had the showers right here in eastern sections, parts of worcester county, isolated ones, here is
here for two hours in the early morning hours tomorrow morning. a couple of renegade showers can't be ruled out, but nothing in eastern sections along the coast where it about be sunniest. lower 80s with a southeast breeze to 10 to 20 miles an hour. afternoon high tide 2:11, coming up. see you with more later. two children are in the hospital th drowning in a backyard pool in lowell. when police got the call last night it was for one unresponsive child in a backyard child in a swimming pool with you when they arrived they found two children in distress. a boy and girl, pre-school aiming. they were air lifted to boston. no word this morning yet on their conditions. to a developing story out of west rox bring now, boston fire crews have been keeping a close eye all night object the remnants of a brush fire.
yesterday in the area behind roxbury latin near the quarry. drivers could see it all the way from 128. firefighters say the flames were just a few feet from the street, and they need add lot of manpower to fight it. >> it was hard to get to because of course we have no roads and no hydrants in where the fire is. so we have four alarms with the fire apparatus here, a four-alarm fire, and the firefighters have to drag the hose hundreds of feet, up hills, down hills, through brush, very labor intensive. >> the fire has been contained and no homes were threatened. a gloucester tour boat back to dock after it started taking on water in the middle of a cruise. another boat was in the right place at the right time to help out.
minutes where it was hairy. >> reporter: a cape anne harbor tour boat being towed safely back to show. late saturday afternoon in rough seas the tour boat began taking on water with 34 people on board. >> we were just cruising along, engine died, started taking on water, we were taking buckets throwing them over the side, getting water off the boat. people were getting scared, a couple were getting sick, especially when they brought out t jackets. >> reporter: sea water was gushing in at a rate of 5 gallons a minute. >> it was rough out there. waves were crashing over. we took on water, and the salt water cut the engine. >> i used to do commercial fishing in high school and i've been on boats thousands of times but that's the closest i've been to sinking. >> reporter: the coast guard rushed to the scene along with the fishing boat lisa & jack. the captain saving the day towing the tour boat back in.
asked if he needed a tow, and 34 people waved their arms back and forth and said please, please, please. they were dying to get on. >> reporter: everybody got safely back to shore, no one hurt, and one of the youngest passengers on board summed it up. >> they had a rope and then they pulled us back to the harbor. >> they pulled us back oh to the hash osh. we got off. are we safe now. >> yep. >> reporter: everybody safe, nobody hurt, the king eider tour boat back a good job by everybody involved. jim smith, wbz this morning. that dorchester man has been charged with a nasty crime at the back stage t station. taha hamid walked into the women's bathroom and pulled down his pants and exposing himself to a woman there. he then urinated in the sink and told her it was a man's bathroom now. >> i think that's disgusting.
there and urinate in the sink. >> pretty gross, i wouldn't want him around me or my kids. >> hamid has been charged with open and dwroes lewdness and could be arraigned tomorrow. a man is dead and a woman in the hospital after a double shooting yesterday in dorchester. police say it does not appear to be random. as paul burton reports, mayor walsh is calling on witnesses to speak up. >> reporter: a deadly night in dorchester, on dudley terrace early saturday morning. >> two people shot, the 36-year-old male passed away. i think the female, thank god, i think she's going to make it. >> reporter: police do not think the shooting was random. >> totally targeted. an individual fired multiple shots at two individuals up close and hopefully we can get who is responsible for this. >> reporter: neighbors say the area was not this violent many years
in the shooting don't live on the street. >> do you feel safe here? >> not really. like i say, you know, what happened last night is crazy. you know, it's disappointing. >> reporter: speaking at my brother's keeper event the mayor says the city needs witnesses to come forward to help solve these crimes. >> it's disheartening. so many leaving my brother's keeper event right people talking about lay down the strong foundations and last night a shooting. >> reporter: to help bring change, community leaders making a difference was formed. end the violence and speak up is the mission. >> see something, say something, you can't continue the cycle and it has to stop. >> reporter: they hope anyone with information in regards to this
police. many people who live in this neighborhood are hoping for a stronger police presence. 7:08 now. a bad date has apparently prompted a bizarre crime in burlington. a boy and girl and met in person. they got in a fight and she called two friends. they broke into a home they mistakenly thought it was the girl's date's house. and entering and destruction of property. his message to black voters: what do you have to lose? donald trump courting a group of voters he admits might be a tough sell. if you're looking to get in one more barbecue, we have the crucial sunday forecast coming up for
hey mom, i could use some basil. oh, sure thing, sweetie. life is eating out of a flower pot. wait where's the? right. it's being a food paparazzi. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet. as it should. and a takeout romantic. dessert! happy anniversary. life is mucho, and grande. life is eating, laughing, loving
. to campaign 2016, hillary clinton was on nantucket for a private fundraiser. with the election less than 90 days out, most national polls show hillary clinton with a comfortable lead over republican donald trump, and her campaign is starting to work on its agenda. if she does win the white house in november. one key issue will be an overhaul of
at the same time, donald trump is reaching out to hispanic voters. the candidate had a hispanic advisory round table at trump towers in new york which included has panic leaders from a dozen different states. meanwhile, libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson had a rally in his state of new mexico yesterday. his running meat, william weld, was also there. the two were supposed to speak last week but the campaign said weren't ready. johnson is trying to get to 15% in the polls which would allow him into the presidential debates. right now, he's averaging about 10%. getting your kids to take their medicine is never easy, right? coming up, how a smart pill could do some of the heavy lifting for
they all smell bad too. no! you all smell wonderful! i smell bad! if you're a parrot, you repeat things. it's what you do. if you want to
save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. squuuuack, it's what you do. narrator: let's put this political promise to the test. ayotte: i've been an independent, strong voice for new hampshire. narrator: then why does kelly ayotte still support donald trump for president? independent minded republicans across america put principle ahead of party y ayotte. she says she still supports trump. ayotte: an independent, strong voice... narrator: if she's so independent, why is she still supporting trump? disclaimer: independence usa pac is responsible
. welcome back. following up on a story we first reported, researchers in texas have become the first to use a high tech pill to monitor child patient remotely and as dr. malaka reports they're seeing great results. take a look. >> reporter: 5-year-old riley has to take medication twice a day after having a kidney transplant. the pills keep her body from rejecting the kidney she got
>> are the pills easy to take? yeah? >> reporter: the sensor activates inside her stomach and there is a message to her parents saying she's taken her meds. >> if patients are missing medication doses we know they're at higher risk complications. >> reporter: children's health in dallas is the first hospital in the country to use the pills in kids. they're helping keep track of patients in way they couldn't before. >> it provides heart rate monitor function, it gives us an idea of activity and sleep cycles. >> reporter: riley's parents hope it will give her, her independence. >> we're in charge right now,
she's taken her medication and won't have to nag her about it. >> they plan to use this on 75 children. very interesting. and barry is here with a look at our all important weekend forecast. how are you doing? >> doing mighty fine. so nice out there this morning. you have to go into central massachusetts, checking with the wbz weather watchers and those reports in the next half hour, looking at them and seeing a lot of cloud cover in the central state, and i'm looking at satellite imagery, too. >> it's about location, location, location. >> it certainly is that. and that was the case yesterday when we were talking about isolated showers popping up in worcester county and a couple moved into northwestern middle sex county. that was yesterday, and today is today and we're dealing with the extreme drought in eastern massachusetts. i haven't seen anything like
eight weeks but the lawn doesn't look good, that's for sure. and the failed crops in some locations, so a bad situation. please consefb water out there because you have to do that in situations like this we're hoping for water to fall but this may end up being the driest june, july, august period on record. these three months, the the driest a was back in 1957 where 3.97 3.02. we are going to get some tonight but may not get up to that 3.97. maybe a couple of scattered showers next week before august is done. there is a lot tongue of moisture extending from the atlantic in towards long island. a few scattered showers there. western connecticut, western
into vermont, a couple of renegade showers. eastern connecticut, parts of worcester county. but otherwise here is the axis of real action out here but it doesn't look that promising. at least this morning, it looks meagre with the rainfall, falling out there at the present time. it looks like it's going to get a jump start from the atmosphere as the jet is favorable running into that thing tonight so it may intensify as it comes into eastern new england. you see the amount of 90 degrees air has shrunk across the nation, at le parcel of drier air on its way for us tomorrow, lasting for several days. but the heat is going to build back up. ridge of hope is strong and it will pump the heat back up this eke. it's not too hot this morning that's for through. the son is going toyou have 70 in falmouth, and the great falmouth road race, going
race around 9:00. good luck to everybody down there. humid areas he is these are the dewpoints in western new england, that's where a few showers could pop today. very humid extending southward and it will be up over us tonight as this front comes in from the west so hopefully we'll get rain out of that, the road race will be a breeze out of the south southeast about 10 miles an hour, 15 as we get deeper into the race this morning. the tide ish at 2:11. another good beach day today. the national weather service says a moderate risk of scattered our isolated rip currents because there's surf out there, two up to 4 feet, calling for this morning. here is where it's clear. here is where there are a lot of clouds in worcester county. it should be the sunniest along the coast today at a beaches. put on the sunscreen. a few scattered showers may form out here as the day goes along.
from the west associated with the front, comes through tonight. this model says it's going to fall apart and most of it will be up north. i think it will be solidified. we may get heavier rain here in eastern massachusetts in the early morning hours just prior to dawn and then boom, it's gone. it clears up fast. we go up around 80 degrees or so. then look what happens to the temperatures tomorrow night. we go more 50s. going to be kind of cool and refreshing tuesday morning. it will warm up after that. really nice vacation weather all this week and eventually it will get back up to the upper 80s, nudging 90, especially away from the sea breezes. ahead this morning, an update op the search for a convicted -- on
you know where i find common-sense ideas? right here in new hampshire... where i'm fighting for the good-paying jobs that strengthen our economy. i worked to make childcare more affordable and make it easier to
save for college. i've worked across party lines on clean air and energy efficiency efforts... and to strengthen social security and medicare. together, we're making new hampshire and america stronger. i'm kelly ayotte, and i approved this message. man: we gave him the option --
or would you rather do something with us as a big family?" and so he chose for all of us to get together, actually go down to great wolf lodge, and have a family birthday. woman: and that's the family i wanted to give luke was lots of siblings, people who love him all around him at all times, and lots of support. ? four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from s public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few.
>> you have to see that face. there he is. there's sam. he's four years old, just turned four this august. celebrating his birthday this month. sam's owner moved and cats are not welcome. he's never lived with children or other animals but he's adjusting quite well to life at the shelter he's a laid back cat. if you're looking for an easy going kitty. to think he's never been with other animals and doing the dogs here. it doesn't bother him. he sort of goes with it. >> he's a good boy. >> all right. sam i what about my little friend, snoop e., the middle initial is e.. tell us about him. >> this is snoop e. dog, six years old, a chihuahua, his owner died. a new family took him own but they brought him to buddy dog because
a little shy with new people. never lived with children or other animals. nervous around big dogs. he just loves to be cuddled like you're doing. >> i think he would go home with me right about now. >> very good in the car ride over here. he's pee pad trains so he uses those in the house. he'll need exercise. >> >> jane is three years old. jane is going to be in need of exercise to get her figure back. she's on the chubby side. jane's family wasn't allowed to keep her where they were living so they brought her to buddy dog. she's outgoing. lived with children. she is pretty good with other dogs as long as they're on the other side. not sure how she'd do with cats, probably best without. super super friendly.
about it. >> she's doing well. you just never know. it's sad because they always had families. that breaks my hearts. they had families at one point but it's important to take note if for some reason you can't care for them they're better off that you bring them in and find a family that does have the time. >> right. >> -- to give them because you don't get a pet to leave them alone you get them to be with them. we have something we want to talk about. >> we have our woof shorts, dog friendly event. outdoors. a lot of fun. anyone wants information on woof dogs on or on these guys, go to our website. >> i've been to woof stock and it's fun. let's go our homeward bound segment. we want to show you mj. mj came in from forever home home,
bonnie, thank you for bringing mj home. [ applause ]. >> what a beauty, and don't forget about our kitty cat sam, little friend snoop e. and big chubby jane, all looking for a home. and i approve this message. how do we
make the economy work for everyone? hillary clinton's plan starts here... by making big corporations and those at the top finally pay their fair share in taxes. and those companies that move overseas? she'd charge them an exit tax. then she'd use that money to make the largest investment in creating good paying jobs since world war ii. millions of jobs.
fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 100 meg internet. which means that in the time it takes mr. wagner to pour a 20 oz. cup of coffee, tommy can download 30 songs, and jan can upload 120 photos. 12 seconds. that's the power of fiber optics. and right now you can get 100 meg internet with equal upload and dowloads speeds, tv and phone for just $69.99 per month online. cable can't offer internet speeds this fast at a price this good.
. hi, everybody. good morning. we're glad you're waking up with us on this sunday morning. we were saying it was refreshing this morning. >> lovely. readings in the 50s this week. and on tuesday morning this week, as well. kind of cool. you might need blankets. lovely weather for vacationers this week. >> let's go to the hs. >> let's go to hudson at the
avenue elementary school and see what's going there. 69 degrees. elmwood school, cloudy there earlier, a lot of sun shiningout there. sunny down in holbrook at the high school there. these are the numbers. we did find 50s, still a 59 in tauton at least at the observation time a little while ago, a half hour ago. it looks like temperatures will go up today nicely. where it's cloudy in here didn't get that in the upper 60s. that's where there will be a threat of showers. scattered showers yesterday in worcester and middlesex county but the action is shifting to the west today. we have this tongue of moisture coming in from the atlantic. going to come up here over western new england, a few scattered showers, a few pop up. the main rain area is to the west that we're hopeful will give us beneficial rain overnight. not going to be here very long.
lot of rain but when it's here there will be scattered areas of downpours. today, about 87. away from the ocean. lower 80s at the coast, sea breeze freshens at 10 to 15 miles an hour. a lot of sunshine in the coastal areas, more cloud further inland. checking our top stories now. two children were pulled from a backyard swimming pool in lowell yesterday. both were unresponsive when they were we are told the children are pre-school age. this may have been happened during a birthday party at the home. there was a happy birthday balloon tied to the mail box out front. a tour boat had to be towed back to the gloucester harbor. the king eider sent out a mayday yesterday afternoon. beside the coast guard, state police, and harbor master,
the passengers. fortunately, no one was hurt. this guy accused of exposing himself in a train station. he reportedly urinated in the sink, being charged with open and gross lewdness. this morning police are still looking for an inmate who escaped from a halfway house in manchester, new hampshire. 37-year-old andrew shay escaped on foot before seven friday night. he was seen lowell street in manchester. he weighs 265 pound, six feed tall and has a tribal tattoo on his neck. he's serving time for two armed robberies, if you see him call 911 on the new hampshire state police. and a teacher in templeton is now under arrest accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student:
>> reporter: this school has been thrust into the spot light at this teacher was arrested for trafficking of a child under 18 for servitude. >> i wasn't surprised. >> why? >> just the way he acted around the girls. i wasn't surprised. i didn't know he would do it but i wouldn't put it past him. >> reporter: he says the teacher was her >> he was a little strange. creepy. he favored the girls a lot more than anyone else. you could come in and not have to do homework he'd be like okay owe give you the answers to the test if you liked him. >> reporter: a school officer received information about the teacher's actions and that let to police interviewing a former student who allegedly had a past relationship a graduating.
with students. after interviewing that student, police say he had inappropriate contact with the student. he was arrested and arraigned on friday. he was held on $2500 cash bail. >> i'm a pre-school teacher so just knowing a teacher would do an is unsettling. >> reporter: after a emergency meeting, the school board initiated e have no contact with any student and will not be allowed on the school premises unless authorized by me. white has a 3-year-old son who will be starting pre-k in the same district in a few weeks. >> it bothers me. i also have a 3-year-old son. >> and is your son going to be -- >> he will be in this school. medford police have made a drug
a half a kilo of heroin was found. right now 24-year-old calvin desoto and another person are under arrest. four people had to be rescued by the coast guard after their sail boat caught fire and they had to abandon ship in vineyard sound no one was hurt. a fire suppression system on board the 35-foot boat doused the flames. the boat was towed to its home port in falmouth. beaches in miami, florida, are less clouded after the zika virus are in that zone. plenty of people are staying away. >> reporter: the crowd in miami beach was smaller than usual for
on zika. now that i'm here and i know it's closed i feel afraid. the first thing, i want to go back. >> it's dangerous for us because we are on holiday. >> reporter: aerial mosquito spraying is not effective due to high-rise buildings and strong ocean gusts. today ground spraying was done at private homes much the city is warning people standing water on your property could result in a fine. this morning phillip levine, the mayor, j against zika. >> we have blowers so it blows the water and disperses. >> reporter: the first zika infection on miami beach can be traced back to mid-july. >> when did you find out about the cases? >> yesterday. we found out at 12:00. >> reporter: a new travel
women to avoid the area. >> births defects are so devastating, it's not worth the risk. >> reporter: responding to the claim that the governor never called the mayor to give him a head's up before the public found out, today the governor said he did try to call the mayor, yesterday and again today. but was unable to reach him. women's basketball.
. welcome back. it will be a short turn around for the red sox today after more than two and a half hours in rain kept them up late last night. ortiz gave the tigers, the fans, something to remember him by. he hit another two-run homer after hitting one friday night as well. number 29 on the year. and it's not even september yet. got to love it. the tigers threatening in the 9th inning but kimbrel ends it by striking out mcgehee. they win this one by a final score of 3-2. the sox have now won eight
down and for the u.s.a. women's basketball team that means one thing: gold. yeah, they crushed span 101-72 last night. it was a competitive game for the first half until the coach put in all five of the women on his uconn team. last night's gold was the 49th straight in women's olympics basketball. championships, the nation had never won olympic gold so you know there was pressure on last night's soccer game. the game between germany and brazil ended 1-1 after extra time and went into penalty kicks when the star of the team namar launched a penalty kick past the goalie with a win. they must have been pumped. during the medal ceremony the entire
national anthem. five time medallist simon biles will carry the flag for team u.s.a. at tonight's closing ceremonies. i'm so excited for the women's basketball. that's so great. >> have you been watching the olympics. >> it's fun, isn't it? oh, my goodness. >> when you have the time to sit for a little bit to catch something. >> i have a lot of recorded, i want to watch because i haven't had time to do that. >> little bind >> get into it so much. saw some of the races. how about bolt? >> yeah, i know. >> oh my gosh. world record, ending for somebody -- not jamaica but from south africa. i mean those runners, oh my gosh. >> 29 today, too. >> so cool, such good athletes. >> what's going on with you? bringing us the good word on the
these are the highs yesterday. temperature went up along the coast, but oh man, nice at the beaches yesterday. a few isolated showers we talked about yesterday morning which popped up here in parts of worcester county and parts of middlesex county. that won't happen today. all the warm weather we have, look at the mean temperature for august in boston, look at all the red squares we've had. more coming up this week as well as although we got a shot of cooler and drier tomorrow. from our wbz weather watchers this morning, we have kathy in worcester overcast at 65. ryan in beautiful sunny morning in redding, 65. and same store from keith, beautiful sunny morning, 65. nice and sunny in hampton, new hampshire, thanks to all the wbz weather watchers. let's open up the shot where all the
and west of us here and then we can say hello to friends up in baker lake. hi folks up there. nice and cool up there with daytime highs in the 50s every single day. down here mostly 80s today. mostly in the 60s right now. these are the dewpoints actually. and it's humid off to the southwest and that humid air bulgees up here. we have another beautiful bea with the sunniest weather along the coastal plain. we get a high tide at 2:11 and water temperatures low to mid-70s. the water has been feeling good. and air temperatures in the mid to a few upper 80s, just away from the water. a little bit cooler close to the coast. cloudier back in here but may see breaks of sunshine, you folks are still seeing it cloudy. as far as real hot weather, kind of
not too many 90s on the map, so a late august map. but actually it's temporary because this big ridge of high pressure is going to continue to build the heat back out of the eastern seaboard over the next few days after a relive and refreshment from canada with this front, which has the showers. it doesn't look potent. scattered showers. hopefully this solidifies and becomes a solid shield of rain for us although it won't last long, in the ear tomorrow. this tongue of moisture coming in from the atlantic and arc its way up in western new england for a few scattered showers there this afternoon. where the showers will be occurring, just a slight chance of an isolated shower in western worcester county with varying amounts of clouds out west. it may turn partly cloudy here late in the day. and then the batch of rain from the west, this model sort of pulling it apart and weakening it rapidly,
getting a shot from the atmosphere and the jet stream coming in tonight, and then it clears out rapidly tomorrow morning. get all the sunshine and gusty wind, all day, should be great tomorrow. into tuesday, bright and sunny and on wednesday as well. low temperatures tonight, warm and humid night, lows will not happen to first thing early tomorrow morning when it gets down to the to the 60s in the suburbs.82 with that gusty wind. here is how i see the next few days, 82 on tuesday, with a cool start in the lower 50s, and then it's right back to summertime weather, upper 80s to near 90s wednesday, thursday, friday, and saturday. couple of showers and storms possible along about friday. that's it. >> we can keep the flip-flops
bort narrator: let's put this political promise to the test. ayotte: i've been an independent, strong voice for new hampshire. narrator: then why does kelly ayotte still support donald trump
for president? independent minded republicans across america put principle ahead of party and said no to trump. but not kelly ayotte.
. it is time now for the gourmet. a stylist asian restaurant in somerville is on the menu today. >> reporter: jimmy leang is >> it's my first love. >> reporter: a man behind a number of successful asian eateries serving dishes at stylish diningrooms. located in somerville's assembly road, fugi is a new generation of asian restaurant. >> i've been in the restaurant business for 22 years, and over the years i've just realized that a
of the traditional dishes get stagnant. people want different flavors. they want to try something new always. >> reporter: so sushi rolls formed like you've never seen before. >> our chefs we train them ourselves. we like to shape and mold them into the chef that they can become. >> reporter: edible art being made at the sushi bar, a different set of skills is on display in the kitchen. >> the wok dish is to control the flame. they're tossing the wok and using the spattula, try to make it higher and lower, the hands are busy but it's almost magical seeing them do it. >> reporter: but for jimmy nothing it more magical than when his customers enjoy the fruits of his labor. >> for me, working with good ingredients and creating a dish and seeing the smile on somebody's face when they eat it, that's
>> i can't cook with my hands never mind my knees, looks awesome. watch phantom gourmet today on mytv 38. your top stories and an update of your forecast in two. stay with us. fios is not cable. we're wired differently, which means we can fix things differently. thanks for calling fios. this is ryan. you can't tell me this cord isn't in. i know it's in. it's in, but it's not working.
yes, mr. mcenroe... see that cord? just plug it into the connector on the right. so you can clearly see what's in and what's out? oh absolutely. i like that. tech support that lets your technician see the problem over your smartphone. only from fios. this. is. everything. honey bunches of oats. it's this, this, this, and this. it is the mother of all cereals. it's that, and that, and all of that. it's the most cerealriffic cereal in all the history and will be for eternity.
. he makes me laugh and i fall apart because you make me laugh so much. . >> i'm going to get it together. [ captioner transition ]. high school, 68 this morning. good morning to everybody. it's nice over eastern parts of massachusetts, but there's a lot of cloud cover. pretty broken to points west. not all that humid here.
shifting to the west. you can see the ton of moisture moving in from the atlantic is moving to the most part. this is the band of rain we are hoping will give us some rain tonight. it won't put a dent in the draught, but we will take all the moisture we can get. a few showers in western massachusetts. perhaps around 87 should be a little bit cooler along the coast. i will see you in a few minutes with the rest of the forecast. >> thank you so much, barry. well, this morning, two children are in the hospital after nearly drowning in a backyard in lowell. the police received a call for one unresponsive child, but when they arrived, they found two children in arrest.
boston. no word on their condition. a developing story out of rocks bury. the fire crews have been keeping a close eye on a fire. drivers could see it all the way from 128. the firefighters say the flames were just a few feet from the street and they needed a lot of manpower to fight it. >> it's difficult to get to because, of course we have roads or high rants where the fire is. right now, we have a four alarm fire and it's our manpower. the firefighters have to drag the hose, um, you know, hundreds of feet uphills, downhills through the brush. over rocks, you know, and it's just very labor intensive. >> the fire has been contained and no homes were threatened.
back at home. luckily, other boats were there to help out. >> there were a couple of minutes there where it was pretty hair -- hairy. >> reporter: a fright ening outside out of gloucester harbor. the tour boat started take on water with >> we are taking on water. people were getting scared and a couple of them getting sick, especially when they brought out the life jackets. >> reporter: the sea water was come inning at a rate of 5- gallons a minute. >> we were taking on water. i use to do commercial fishing in high school and stuff, but that's probably the closest i
>> reporter: the coast guard rushed to the scene. the captain of the lisa and jake saving the day. >> after assessing the situation, we asked if they needed a tow and 34 people waving their arms saying please, please, please. >> reporter: everybody back on shore safe. one of the youngest passengers summed it up. >> they had a rope and they pu >> are we safe now? yep. >> reporter: a good job by everybody involved. jim smith, wbx this morning -- wbz this morning. a 28-year-old man walked into the women's bathroom and pulled down his pants and
there. he urinated in the sink and told the woman this is a man's bathroom now. >> that's a little bit disgusting. i don't understand why he did that. >> the man has been charged with open and gross lewdness and would be arraigned as early as tomorrow. plus say a shooting does not appear mayor walsh is now calling on witnesses to step up. >> reporter: a deadly night in dorchester after a shooting. >> we have two individuals shot, both in their 30s. the 36-year-old male passed away. i think the female, thank god, i think she is going to make it. >> reporter: the police do not think the shooting was random.
appeared to be targeted. the shooter fired multiple shots up close. >> reporter: neighbors say the neighborhood was not this violent years ago. do you feel safe on this street? >> not really. what happened last night is crazy. i have a 15-year-old kid that lives here with me. i am disappointed. >> reporter: speaking at a my brother's walsh says we need people to come forward to solve the crimes. >> we are leaving the my brother's keeper event where we are laying down good foundations. it shows you the work is not done. >> reporter: the mission is to end the violence and speak up. >> i feel that we should start speaking up. if we see something important,
cycle. it has to stop and stop today. >> reporter: the police are hoping the suspect will be found. anyone with information is asked to call the police. mean while, the neighbors are hoping for a stronger police presence. a boy and girl met online, but then they got into a fight. her friends are now accused of break intoog a home they -- breaking into a home they mistakenly thought was her date's house, but it wasn't. while the clinton and trump campaigns try to focus their message before labor day, a third party is hoping to be heard. and a key boston
days out, most polls show her with a sizable lead. one key issue for clinton will be an overhaul of current immigration laws. >> several members of the trump campaign held what they are calling a hispanic round table rally which included hispanic leaders from at least a dozen states. independent candidate held an event. johnson is trying to get to 15% in the polls which would allow him into the presidential debates. well, cars that drive themselves are already a thing. coming up, meet the m.i.t. team that is working on them.
narrator: let's put this political promise
to the test. ayotte: i've been an independent, strong voice for new hampshire. narrator: then why does kelly ayotte still support donald trump for president? independent minded republicans across america and said no to trump. but not kelly ayotte. she says she still supports trump. ayotte: an independent, strong voice... narrator: if she's so independent, why is she still supporting trump? disclaimer: independence usa pac is responsible
sunday morning. hopefully you have a nice day planned. it looks like it's going to be a nice day outside. >> fantastic. there are varying amounts of clouds out west. let's look at what happened with the sunset last night. this is at brewster. a nice sunset anniversary. beautiful sunset in many location. we are talking about the pollen report. it's a bad time of the year. we have the ragweed back in the mix here. we are looking at medium high on the pollen count scale today, but certainly, as we get more wind tomorrow, in the next few days, we are going to have
the first half of september. we have had 18 days of 90 or higher in boston and we have had several days when the temperature got up to 89 in boston, didn't quite make 90. it's been a hot summer for sure. look at the map of the united states. area of 90-degree heat has really shrunk. there's not much of that out here, but we have a lot more to come as this is august and can get hot weather in september. it looks like the ridge of high pressure is really high over the united states. the hot part will be on the outside. this is where we hope we will get some rain overnight lasting a couple of hours, but in the
surging north ward. we are pointing mainly near and west of the valley. a couple of isolated showers can't be ruled out, but the action will be further west than it was yesterday afternoon. these are the current temperatures. 72 in south moth as we are getting ready for the road race up there. thousands going for that. itot it will become more humid. a little bit of a breeze coming in there. look at the dew points, lower 70s to the south. some of that is coming up tonight. it's going to be very humid before the front comes in from the west and dries things out. the beaches near 80 in some spots. high tide at 2:11.
over the beaches today. most of the clouds will be out to the west where there will be some sun breaking through the clouds. 87 should be the average high. let's go through the next few hours with the clouds basically west. a few may develop to the west. we are going to watch the rain. here it comes overnight tonight and into the morning hours. it should become stronger as it the atmosphere. that might cause downpours briefly. it clears out tomorrow morning and it looks like the temperatures will be going to the 80s or so. we have a tropical storm about 715 miles east of the leeward islands. it looks like it's not going to do much. we have a tropical wave here that's starting to become more
also, a low pressure system coming off of africa. we will be watching that as we get into the peak season. i don't think we are going to have to worry about fiona. it doesn't look like there's much support. after we get cool, dry weather tomorrow it's a cool start for a tuesday morning there, but it warms to 82 half of the week, but without any rain. back to you. >> we are going to remember this forecast in the middle of february, that's for sure. well, students at m.i.t. are working to make a car that reads your mind. we are learning the car can anticipate where you are going and when. >> reporter: starting in
m.i.t. students and professors will be able to request a ride from these. >> we use cameras to track people as they walk by the vehicle. >> reporter: this grad student has been working on the project for two years. >> it's not to track any student, but look at the flow around campus. >> reporter: by tracking vehicles vehicles over time, the car will be able to predict where they are going on camera. >> as this person gets tracked, he is drawing the paths here. >> reporter: as each car drives, it's collecting data that goes to to portable computer that goes to the backseat. that information eventually goes to ford who wants to
urban areas. >> this is mike a microcosom. >> reporter: for now, miller says he is excited to provide a reliable way for his classmates to get around. >> we are thinking it will serve the students of m.i. t. it can't can't take forever. >> very interesting. well, the whole program runs through an app that m.i.t. created. the goal is to have a self- driving car.
ticks arou so check yourself, your kids, and your pets anytime you've been outdoors. check everywhere -- in your hair, under your arms, and between your toes. if you find a tick, remove it as soon as you can. use fine-tipped tweezers to grasp the tick close to the skin. use firm, even pressure pulling straight up, without twisting or turning. then clean the bite area and your hands with soap and water. some tick bites can make you sick. so if you start to feel ill or notice a rash near the bite,
td bank's nete man. uh-uh, bart? why are you winding the clock back? the clock stated 11:35 pm, but they are still working. the clock is fine. our live customer service is available all night, and all day for that matter. he's learning. at td bank we do things differently, like live customer service 24/7. bart: hello? hello!
ur h that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few.
welcome back, 89: -- 8:26. let's find out what's coming up on "face the nation." john, good morning. good morning, kerry. we have a lot going on on the show today. we will start with donald trump and the challenges to his campaign. he has the third person running what does that mean? can he turn things around for the voting ex starts as early as late september in some states. we will talk about what's happening to donald trump and his campaign. we'll have a little bit more insight on that from frank
voters changed their mind. we'll talk with some real live voters. in addition to that, we will have poll numbers in battleground states. on the other side, we will talk to the campaign manager from the clinton campaign. we will talk about new developments between the clinton secretary of state's office and the clinton foundation, what does that tell us about the ethical standards that clinton will have if she becomes president? we will have a deep look into donald trump's life. more than 20 hours of interviews with the candidate explaining who he is, where he comes from. what makes him tick. as always, we will have our group of reporters on the round table to put things into
ax with your foot off the brake and stay put. and when you enjoy 400 horsepower that's both smooth and controlled. that's the more human side of engineering. this is the lincoln summer invitation, hurry in now to your dealer for limited time offers! lease an mkc for $289 a month or get 0% apr for 60 months and just announced $1,000 dollars summer invitation bonus.
award winning interface. award winning design. award winning engine. the volvo xc90. the most awarded suv of the century. good morning everybody, thanks for being with us, i'm kerry connolly along with barry burbank. we were just talking about the fall, which i don't want to do, but it's a great time of the year. >> many people look forward to it.
>> and the tea. and football. >> we don't want to rush it. >> summer has rushed by so fast. >> i know. >> let's see what's happening this morning. where are we going to go? >> let's go to the ws. >> we are going west. go west young man and young lady. let's go to the intermediate school. let's go to woes ton, 71 there. let's go to the deer field ho there. in eastern massachusetts we run into varying amounts of clouds. there's been a lot of cloud cover much of the night. looking at the showers, that's where they popped up yesterday. a couple actually snuck into the western carts of the county. we are hoping for the rain tonight and the early parts of
certainly we need inches and inches and inches of rain. the showers will be way out west. it will be turning more humid as well. the average high temperature, 87 87. at the coast, a little bit cooler. the high tide at 2:11. the seven-day forecast coming up. >> thank you, barry. we look forward to that. looking two children were pulled from a pool in lowell yesterday. we are told the children are preschool aged. there was a happy birthday balloon tied out front. a tour boat with 34 people on board had to be towed back yesterday. a may day was sent out
4:30. besides the coast guard, others helped to pick up all of the passengers. importantly, no one was hurt. this man is accused of exposing himself to a woman in a bathroom. the man reportedly urinated in the sink and now he is being charged with open and gross escaped on friday night. he was last seen going east. he is 6 feet tall. he has brown hair, blue eyes and a triable tatoo on his neck. shea is serving time for two armed robberies. if you see him, you are asked to call 911. the police found a half a
cash in what they are calling a stash house. right now a 24-year-old from med ford and this 26-year-old of dorchester are under arrest. four people had to be rescued by the coast guard after their sailboat caught fire and they had to abandon ship. everyone aboard inflatable raft when the boat caught fire. no one was hurt. a suppression system doused the flames. well, in a little bit over a week, the boston police are begin a pilot program testing body cameras. it's an effort to be proactive and curve what happened in minnesota from happening here.
more on keller at large. >> good morning, thank you for joining us. you know, one of the biggest news stories of the year so far nationally has been tensions between communities and law enforcement. while boston is far from perfect. we have been doing better than other cities. 73% 65% of african bostonians have a positive out look. that's good news for dan conley. welcome. >> my pleasure. happy to be here. >> we appreciate you coming over. what the single big biggest thing that law enforcement, in
been doing? >> well, we work hard to serve the communities and we need to do better at that as well. i think we have a well of support there. i know myself i have a lot of experience and your numbers when you were talking about the relationship with the police, when i go into a community of color, i am well received. the commissioner and i were walking in east boston getting great support. we can always do better. >> well, just recently, there's been kind of a dust up between boston police unions and the city. the unions wrote a letter to the mayor demanding they be armed with long guns and new body armor and we have also noted the refuse corral of any
level complaints. what do you make of that? >> well, i am disappointed with the leadership. i like pat rose and brian black. you know, they do a nice job generally, but i wish at least on things like the body cameras they would embrace that more, the mediation, they would embrace that more. i think that would be a big thing for our city. i have been a supporter of going to body cameras for a i have seen the power of video not only in the prosecution, but in the police shooting cases. these can be helpful. >> in the unfortunate event things things go off the rail. i have a lot of conversations with police officers and i think for the most part they
place. they want to do what's important with the city and so forth. i think -- i hope it's not an issue of money. i believe it's important for us to embrace this technology. >> the union has reached out to president obama saying he has "fanned the flames." do you believe that? >> no, actually, i speak many times positively about the police. i believe there's a way to speak and correctly criticize what's happening. there's been misconduct and we can't turn a blind eye to that, either. the only way we can do our jobs is to be open.
when we have a shooting, i am turning over my file to the family and the public so they understand the decision i have made. >> we have to take a break, but when we return, we will talk more about the issues. plus, what's up with the hernandez case. massachusetts public charter schools are among the best in the country. our charter schools are public, and we have longer school days with more personal attention.
announcer: question 2 will expand charter school access and result in more funding for public education. every parent should be able to choose the public school that's best for their child. announcer: vote yes on question 2. for stronger public schools. announcer: vote yes on question 2. dear fellow citizen, spending time hunting treasures with my daughter is wonderful. because before i'm even ready, she'll be off to college. i may need a loan to help her pay her way there. just like i do for my son. citizens bank student loans call 1-866-999-0150 as a leader in student lending, we have student loan options that others don't. including better alternatives to federal loans. i can show you how to pay for your own child's way to college. in case you don't find that treasure chest.
i often hear from gun owners. many of them, including people i know, responsible gun owners, reasonable people very upset at the attorney general's thoughts to expand the range of weapons for sale. are you with her? >> i i respect the right of law- abiding citizen's rights to bear arms. it's assault weapons and massachusetts is one of only six or seven states that ban the weapons. they were manufactured for the intent of killing human being. in massachusetts, our
they have decided that copy cat weapons are banned. she is not creating new law, she is enforcing the law. this is what we are hearing from advocates. i support her. >> what does this tell you when the news breaks in 24 hours the law is going to take effect. what does it tell you shelves shelves empty of the weapons. >> well, it tells me it's an issue. thankfully, we haven't seen the mass murders that we have seen in other parts of the country. violent crime is among the lowest here and we incarcerate less people here.
can i have a baa -- bazooka. hunting is fine. personal protection is fine for law-abiding citizens, but i support her on this. >> now, it's been, i believe five years since aaron hernandez, a former patriot, now serving a people he got into a beef with on the streets of boston and the trial date has just been set for early next year. what took so long? that seems like a long delay. >> well, first of all, it was a long time with the investigation. >> how long since the
so the lloyd case, even though it happened after our case, was tried first, but this is taking too long. it's time now. the families, and i have met with these families, they deserve an opportunity for justice. now, mr. hernandez brings in a new team of lawyers. he had perfectly capable attorneys and now they are trying to push it further down the line. i don't think it's fair to the families. >> we have to wrap, but do you think it's aaling game? >> in our work, time is on the decide of the defense. if that's their game, i hope someone calls them on it. i want to see this case tried more importantly for the families of the victims. >> that's it for us.
colleagues for more wbz news. >> thank you, jon. good morning everybody. we are looking at what could be the driest summer on record here in boston. 3.97 is the driest so far. the driest summer, being meteorgoical summer. i think this is a little bit too conservative. it looks like the atmosphere is going to get primed a little bit later tonight. eastern massachusetts may get more than a quarter of an inch, maybe up to a half an inch here. let's hope that works out. we have temperatures in the lower 70s. we are looking at temperatures in boston in the 70s.
miles per hour wind. hour by hour, we are going into the 70s, but stalling because the wind will be in motion. these are the current temperatures in upper 60s to lower 70s. it's warming up in eastern nee new england. the warmer weather to the west. there's cooler and drier weather up here. let's look at the here. scattered showers may form today. it's very humid to the south. some of this humid air will come in tonight, and then pushed out tomorrow morning by the dry air coming in from the west, northwest. around 87 in some spots. a little bit cooler at the coastline because of the sea breeze. we have the high tide coming up this afternoon. a moderate risk of spotty rip currents today because the
to as much as four feet, more so than it has been in a while. it looks good for the zach brown concert at fenway. we are watching this surge of moisture coming in from long island. western massachusetts, possibly vermont have the best chance of a few showers this afternoon. here's our band of rain to the west which should be coming in for tonight. watch the time stamp and watch the clouds. most of the sunshine along the east today. breaks of sunshine. these few scattered showers will be going out west. while we await the arrival of the rain coming in. it should come in in the early morning hours and moving offshore. we get quick clearing after that and it looks good for several days in the upcoming week. 60s to 70s overnight.
70s to lower 80s that should do it for tomorrow. a nice day coming up as it really dries out and it will be really nice all week long for vacationers. the coolest mornings in the lower 50s. it warms up later this week. hey, we maybe nudging 90s later this week. >> nudge away, barry. we'll be right back, stay with
independent minded republicans across america put principle ahead of
party and said no to trump. but not kelly ayotte. she says she still supports trump. ayotte: an independent, strong voice... narrator: if she's so independent, why is she still supporting trump? disclaimer: independence usa pac is responsible
welcome back, a piece of american history has been found buried in a mississippi attic. buried in a stack of papers was a letter written by jefferson. it turns out before jefferson could actually send the letter, he received word the war was over and he wrote a p.s. describing the peace. it's that amazing? >> it is. >> and you are going to come up with the $325,000? >> no, i'm going to go home and
varying amounts of clouds today as you get further inland. a couple of showers, hopefully some worthwhile rain. a quarter to a half an inch in spots tomorrow morning just before dawn. look at the weather. it's going to be really fine for vacationers. no lasting rain. hopefully we'll get some rain get intoog the fall so -- getting into the fall. we made it through our
undr that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few.
captioning made possible by johnson & johnson, where quality products for the american family have been a tradition for generations >> osgood: good morning, i'm charles osgood this is "sunday morning." 79 days now until election day. already some voters are saying that they would consider moving out of the country if they don't like the outcome. not too far, though, canada maybe? weighing on their minds, thoughs whether the grass is any greener north of the border.